Re: Dual boot not working (ubuntu NBR Alpha3 + Windows7)
Did you resize the Windows7 partition with a partition editing program?
Either the Windows7 disk management utility or the partition editor in the Ubuntu installer can resize a Windows 7 partition without moving the Windows 7 boot sector.
You can also resize a Windows 7 partition safely with GParted, but you must remove the uncheck the box for 'align partition to cylinder boundaries.
Most Windows 7 partitions are supposed to start in sector number 2048, if you run 'sudo fdisk -lu' you'll be able to tell, but 'sudo fdisk -l' only shows which cylinder it starts in.
Probably it should start in about cylinder 32 1/2, unless EeePC installations of Windows 7 are different. Yours starts in cylinder 1 according to your fdisk output.
Does your EeePC has a CD drive?
I guess probably not, but if it does your can easily run 'Startup Repair' from your Windows 7 Installation DVD and fix the boot loader automatically.
Ubuntu user since 2004 (Warty Warthog)